Could Smiling More Help Your Whole Being?

Could Smiling More Help Your Whole Body?How often do you find yourself smiling? If it seems like a rarity, either due to stress or fatigue, there are several compelling reasons to consider smiling more often. Many people don’t realize just how comprehensively this simple act can help to improve one’s outlook, confidence, and the impression made on others. If you want to feel better, start by smiling, and if you are having a hard time smiling confidently, or even comfortably, it could be time to see your dentist.

Smiling Can Be Key to Positive Energy and Feeling Your Best

Everyone knows that smiling helps make people feel happy. In fact, smiles are considered contagious. But did you know that smiling has also been shown to help you look and even feel younger? Smiling can even help you to live longer!

If those weren’t reason enough to smile more, consider the following:

  • Smiling is important to achieving success at work
  • It’s also key in helping to build a romantic relationship
  • Smiling is also good for your heart, literally
  • Smiling can actually help to boost your immune system
  • Smiling can help to reduce pain

Not Feeling Great About Your Smile? See Your Dentist

Now you may be asking yourself, what you are supposed to do if you don’t actually feel confident about your smile? The great news is that whether you’re suffering sensitivity, functional issues, or have cosmetic concerns about your smile, your dentist can likely help to restore your comfort and your confidence n your smile.

Through treatment, like dental fillings for cavities or teeth whitening to address staining, it’s possible to treat most dental issues with beautiful, confidence-inducing results!

Need to Schedule Dental Care?

Preventive dentistry is key to keeping the teeth strong and healthy, and the gums free from disease. You can schedule dental care with Dr. Burds at Gateway Dental Group by calling our office today at (515) 244-9565. Located in Des Moines, IA, we are proud to welcome patients from the Des Moines metro area, and all neighboring and nearby communities.